His name is Officer Noah Shahnavaz: A rookie policeman, and five year veteran of the U.S. army who was murdered after a Black career criminal fired 36 rounds at Shahnavaz during a traffic stop in Elwood Indiana
Now Carl Boards II is charged with murder and related crimes.
Officers who responded to the scene discovered 36 rifle bullet casings strewn across the road and Officer Shahnavaz’s squad car covered in bullet holes.
Court filings show that Shahnavaz had not drawn his service pistol at any point during the traffic stop, and that his sidearm remained holstered while he was transported to the hospital.
Boards, a barber shop owner, was on parole at the time of the traffic stop.
During an investigation, police interviewed tenants of the apartment building above Boards’ shop—one man claimed that Boards had recorded a “song making statements that if he was ever caught by police that he would kill them.”
However, you wouldn’t need to check World Star Hip Hop to know that—Boards was previously arrested in 2006 after shooting at Indiana Police officers during a traffic stop. In fact, his criminal record dates all the way back to 1999.
Paul Kersey writes for VDARE.com:
We don’t have an over-incarceration problem in this nation; we have a problem addressing the reality of black crime and the anti-white animosity.
[Officer Shahnavaz’s] murderer should have been in jail for life for his prior attempt at killing a police officer.
Mainstream media predictably sweeps these stories under the rug. But you can read the names of the victims of black criminality here on VDARE.com.